Slides from End-to- End Application Management: A Real-World Road Map Beyond the Cliche
Date: 06/18/2008 Length: 40 pages Cost: $99.00

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While the industry has coined the term "end-to-end" to describe the management of a diverse array of transaction types, the term is over-used and in multiple contexts. As a result, it raises more questions than it answers.

Over the past six months, EMA has undertaken the first research study of its kind to help provide some clarity to the confusion. In a cross-functional effort across multiple practice areas, EMA worked to clarify what "end-to-end" really means in today's marketplace. The resulting research details the multi-dimensional approach necessary to understand and manage complex business applications. This groundbreaking research - Managing Applications in 2008: What Does "End-to-End" Really Mean? - was published in April 2008 and introduces the EMA Application Management Semantic Model.

These slides will help you:

  • Learn what the EMA Application Management Semantic Model is
  • Define the model in the context of three key management product capabilities
    • Application management lifecycle
    • Networked application management
    • Configuration management.
  • Gather key insight into the leading edge products and practices required to build out a true "end-to-end" management perspective

Dennis Drogseth

Other Contributor:

Julie Craig, EMA Staff


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